There's one more post to come after this one but this is the last of the photos from the parade. Enjoy:
Not sure why this little fellow didn't get in with the kids photos but here he is in this batch.
I love these masks. They sell tons of them at the craft markets but most of the ones seen in parades have been made by the wearers' family.
The two gentlemen in the special clothing are retired bull fighters. They have such a regal bearing.
More dancers. What I love about this group (and a few others) is the size of the women. In the U.S. I've never seen anyone this size performing in this kind of group. It's very refreshing. Of course I see evidence of a lack of concern over body image everywhere I turn here. It's lovely to see and experience.
This guy was amazing. He jumped, twisted, twirled around, cracked his whip, and then did it some more. He had to have been sweltering under that mask and in those heavy clothes. He was part of the group in the last post I did but I wanted to put him in this group for one primary reason. See the truck behind him? See the guy crawling up on the roof while the truck is moving? Look below.
He needed to life the wires so the truck could pass under them without breaking them.
This mask was impressive from both the front...
...and the back. He had eyes in the back of his head.
This little guy seemed to be thoroughly enjoying himself. I loved how he looked and decided to share him with you.
And of course, what kind of festival would it be without food? This is one of the street vendors grilling her sausage and vegetable shish kebabs next to the park. You'll see one of the vendors behind her. There were half a dozen of them along that stretch of sidewalk. This is where the parade ended so not only were the parade watchers able to take advantage of the food but the participants were as well.